A groundbreaking book titled “Papers on Historical Algonquian and Iroquois Topics: Second Edition” has been released, offering an unprecedented insight into the rich history and culture of several Algonquin tribal peoples and the Iroquois. Authored by esteemed scholars David A. Ezzo and Michael H. Moskowitz, this compilation of research results provides a detailed examination of the society, customs, and interactions of these Native American peoples, based on historical accounts and records dating back to the 16th century.
David A. Ezzo, an expert in Native American history and culture with over thirty-five years of experience, and Michael Moskowitz, a renowned researcher in history, politics, law, and genealogy, have come together to create this comprehensive guide. The book serves as an invaluable resource for anyone interested in America’s indigenous roots, offering an in-depth look at various aspects of these native societies.
“This publication is more than a collection of papers; it is a testament to the enduring legacy and complexity of Native American societies,” said David A. Ezzo. “Our work not only highlights historical perspectives but also offers a modern understanding of these rich cultures.”
Among the significant topics covered in the book are the societal roles and influence of Native American women, the participation of Native Americans in the Civil War, and the effects of territorial expansion in the late 18th and early 19th centuries. The book also addresses critical legal perspectives on land claims and the impact of Native American leaders such as the Shawnee Prophet and Handsome Lake.
“Papers on Historical Algonquian and Iroquois Topics: Second Edition” stands as a definitive resource, enriched with accurate details and imagery, and supported by a vast number of bibliographical references. It not only serves as a perfect introduction to these Native American cultures but also as a springboard for further academic exploration.
The Moving Words confirms that a wealth of knowledge permeates on the publication which is a definitive book for those who want to learn more about the Native American Indians and the marks they have crafted into America’s foundations.
The book is available for purchase on Amazon and is a must-read for historians, students, and anyone interested in the foundational aspects of American history.
For more information about the book or to arrange an interview with the authors, please contact David A. Ezzo by visiting his website.
About the Authors:
David A. Ezzo has dedicated his career to the study of Native American Indian history and culture. His academic journey in anthropology and numerous publications have established him as a leading voice in the field. Michael Moskowitz’s extensive background in political science, law, and history, particularly relating to American Indians, complements this collaboration, offering a unique blend of legal-historical perspectives.